Bug: Factbook/Resource: Failure to correctly resolve "ç" (and "é")

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Jan 3 2021 12:17 PM

(Verbum 9.2 Beta 2, Win 10.)

1. Purchase the Catholic Encyclopedia and let it download and index.

2. Open Factbook.

3. Navigate to https://ref.ly/logos4/Factbook?ref=bk.%25FrancoisArmandGervaise_Person

4. Expand "Dictionaries"

5. Observe "Dom François Armand Gervaise"

6. Click on it and open https://ref.ly/logosres/cathency?hw=Dom+Fran%C3%A7ois+Armand+Gervaise, which shows his name with the "ç" correctly resolved as such.

This bug does not appear to be consistent or universal (e.g., https://ref.ly/logos4/Factbook?ref=bk.%25JeanFrancoisChampollion_Person) but it does also appear at https://ref.ly/logos4/Factbook?ref=bk.%25CharlesFrancoisGounod_Person, so there may be an underlying systematic error. Note also https://ref.ly/logos4/Factbook?ref=bk.%25FrancoisClement_Person, which butchers "é", too, as does https://ref.ly/logos4/Factbook?ref=bk.%25FrancoisCrepieul_Person.

"The saints are the true interpreters of Holy Scripture. The meaning of a given passage of the Bible becomes most intelligible in those human beings who have been totally transfixed by it and have lived it out." - Pope Benedict XVI

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LogosEmployee

Thanks for the report. I've passed these along to our data team.

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 4 2021 2:10 PM

Andrew Batishko (Faithlife):
I've passed these along to our data team.

Yes

"The saints are the true interpreters of Holy Scripture. The meaning of a given passage of the Bible becomes most intelligible in those human beings who have been totally transfixed by it and have lived it out." - Pope Benedict XVI

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